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The Cave of Han, Han-sur-Lesse

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Attracting about half a million tourists a year, the cave system of The Cave of Han represents one of the largest in Europe. Take the vintage tramway system through a natural reserve to the entrance of the caves. A guided tour will take you through the system, detailing the river that caused this underground expanse and showcasing light and sound through a demonstration of its acoustics. Make sure to dress warmly and wear walking shoes as there are over 500 stairs throughout the chilly depths. Check out the animal park nearby to see foxes, bears, sheep, horses, and more. There is also an outdoor playground and petting zoo. To visit The Cave of Han and get the most from your holiday in Han-sur-Lesse, create itinerary details personal to you using our Han-sur-Lesse trip generator.
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  • If you find your self in Belgium, stopping at the Caves of Han is pretty much a must! As a Canadian with family in Holland we try to stop here every time we are over. Ever time we have been, we have j...  more »
  • domain of the han caves was very unclear much waiting on tram the caves itself was nice but remouchamps was many better erna safari was really prachtog to do very nice area and nice tour the museum was nice with a nice 5 d reporatage game
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  • The area of the caves of han is just beautiful, to go with friends, couples or even family, the place is to see again and again! Negative points? The parking is a bit lacking, but the biggest black spot is the incivility of tourists: throw bottles and plastic packaging is simply unacceptable. Otherwise, most points of observation in height would be nice to have more chances to observe the flora and fauna of the area. A tip: grab binoculars, you will not regret.
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  • We had a wonderful experience on the domain. The guides are friendly and enthusiastic. The park itself is well-maintained and it was nice to see that there were some animals that were free to roam the terrain. The theme song is also quite an earworm!
  • The caves are very interesting but the wildpark was a let down. It's a lot of money for the amount of animals that you can see on the way
  • Spectacular caves. The light and music display in the caverns is very tastefully presented. Guides are knowledgeable, great sense of humour a masterful interaction with people of all ages on the tour.
  • The cave is definitely not worth it, but the animal park is! If you have the time, make sure you take the hike.
  • Had a great time here. The wild park was very nice, and the caves were awesome. Nice for kids and for adults!